Conservation Partnerships and Education
Community Outreach Strategies
- Form network of public, private and non-profit partners
- Make accessible to all stakeholders, community members, and decision makers, existing management plans, latest research reports, scientific findings, and policy information
- Involve community in conservation planning and educate community on conservation issues
- Strengthen and Preserve the Fall River cultural heritage and community
- Unite community around a common vision of the future of the Fall River Valley
- Inform and educate community about resource management and policy issues
We believe that lasting conservation solutions originate from the ground up –from individuals and groups that care about the natural resources that impact their lives. In this sense, successful community building is about connecting places with community and people.
The Fall River community consists of diverse groups of individuals linked together by the intrinsic values of the Fall River Valley. These groups range from third generation ranchers, to recently established wild rice farmers, business owners, second-home owners, hunters, fly-fisherman, river guides, and other outdoor recreationalists. While these groups differ significantly in demographics, they share a common interest in the general economic, cultural and ecological well-being of the valley.
The Fall River Conservancy is devoted to bringing these groups together to build a common vision for the future of Fall River Valley. In our first year, we’re working to build our capacity and local credibility in order to facilitate dialogue, provide information to the community, and develop workable strategies for protecting the river and valley.